Jeremiah talks with His friend Lewis about John 1:12. Particularly, they focus on the powerful truth that God has given us the ability to choose our relationship with Him. It is up to us to determine if we will be children of God.
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155 – Are You Making Choices Based on Fear?
Jeremiah talks about the destructive nature of making decisions based on fear. The hypothesis is that fear clouds our perception and causes us to make choices that are not reflective of who we truly are. The experiment is to ask ourselves “Am I making choices based on fear?” and then to ask God to replace…
144 – Choose Wax, Not Clay (Spiritual Growth From Suffering)
In this episode Jeremiah talks about a fundamental choice we make in every difficult situation we face. The hypothesis is that when we face times of affliction, we either choose to soften or harden our hearts, and that this choice has massive repercussions in our relationship with God. The experiment is to think about the…
125 – What is Your One Thing? (Make Progress in Your Spiritual Life)
If there were one priority you could pursue right now that would have an outsized affect on your spiritual life, what would it be? The experiment is to choose to do something like meditate, invite God in, write things out, or forgive, in order to transform your relationship with God.
123 – Intentional Free Will: What Are Your Foundational Principles and Values?
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about intentionality and free will. The hypothesis is that your choices are directed by your personal values and principles. The experiment is to take ownership of your life by intentionally identifying your God-given personal values and choosing to live by them.
93 – Happiness, Decisions, and Circumstance
The hypothesis of this episode is that happiness, to a large degree, is dependent upon how we choose to relate to our circumstances. The experiment is to adopt a new perspective in life, which will lead to greater happiness.
40 – Address it or Let it Go
Jeremiah talks about a simple choice we can make that will deepen our relationships and help us stay emotionally healthy. The hypothesis is that if we are unwilling to address something in an important relationship, we should let it go. The experiment is to recognize where we have not been honest about something, and then…